'Far From Perfect': Fans Recount Unwanted Affection from Voice Actor Vic Mignogna in Discussion Posted February 25 · Report reply 16 hours ago, Something Clever said: i dont try to be personal but man is it really really really hard not to make it personal When i was personally asked to play bodyguard because my friends cosplay limited her visibility and movement and she refused to wear said cosplay unless she had protection because she was worried about her personal safety. And thats just my personal experience so many more stories have probably gone untold because of this horseshit. And more specifically if i ever have kids i want them to be able to have fun without literally putting them through a self defence course. And then i see people actively and vocally and viciously saying that means nothing because i like this person and hate these types of people. so i dont care about people suffering and will do everything in my power to make sure they will suffer again and again. Because this person isnt on a 4k live stream holding his/her social security card and birth certificate while rubbing his or her junk on someone so therefore i dont believe. Jesus pants shitting christ people it amazes me that so much of this is steeped in religious views, personal beliefs etc that are the extreme opposites of how those beliefs are supposed to be. By "being personal", I meant in terms of attacking other people in this thread. That violates the rules of this forum. Relating your personal experience, when it's directly relevant to the thread, is fine. Relating how this sort of news affects people you care about is also fine. Just try to be civil with others here. Part of that involves NOT flinging around trigger words, and part of that involves not taking the bait when people do so. As I said earlier, people don't want to believe the worst of people they admire, and that's just human nature. Most people aren't just one thing; they're complicated and full of contradictions. Awful people can do some truly good things, and good people can do bad things. People who are talented are no less immune from bad behavior than others are. Harvey Weinstein was an amazing producer who brought a lot of talented people to the public spotlight. Unfortunately, he was also a creep who abused his power over women. It's fine to be skeptical of claims that appear to have little evidence, but that goes hand in hand with the possibility that evidence exists that you haven't been shown -- but has been shown to others in a position to do something about it. Any rational observer should reach the conclusion that threatening women with death for daring to question the integrity of a person you do not personally know is a bit of a stretch. That has actually, irrefutably, happened to people I know personally. The people doing it likely don't actually know Vic or any of the other people personally -- just the versions they show in public at conventions. Their only horse in the race is that their illusions about someone have been shattered, and they're angry about it.